One of the world’s leading high-altitude skiers Fredrik Ericsson is on a quest to become the first person to ski down the three highest peaks on the planet – K2, Kangchenjunga and Everest.
The Sheffield Boulder World Cup 2010 was a lovely event taking place in a circus tent on a grassy fairground. Fortunately weather forecasts were wrong and we enjoyed perfect english boulder conditions!
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The route of a child affected by the Rubinstein-Taby syndrome born in Martinique and raised in France by a foster family. He suffers from childhood multiple surgeries performed in order to ensure him functional mobility.
A little over a week ago, Jacinda Hunter, 31, nabbed the FA of her project Fantasy Island, a 5.14b in Utah’s American Fork Canyon.
The first trip is going to be 2 months spent in South Africa. I have been to South Africa in the past and managed to climb many of the established lines of the area. My goal for this trip is to find a new area and establish as many amazing hard climbs as I possibly […]
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The last five climbers on the fourth and final problem in the World Cup Bouldering event at Cliffhanger 2010. Going into this last problem, Adam Ondra was way ahead and only needed to complete the problem to keep ahead of Cédric Lachat
“Respect for the Big Guy” Always Looking Up… a slide presentation by Alard ‘Big Al’ Hufner
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Some news in the bouldering in Europe : Here is THE guide book related to bouldering in CORSICA.
The second-to-last Bouldering World Cup of 2010 transpired this past weekend in Sheffield, England, where a crowd of more than 20,000 amassed to watch the world’s highest-ranked climbers battle it out.
Warm and humid at Margalef, but this didn’t stop Ramon Julian Puigblanque from making the 2nd ascent of another 9a. Samfaina